|Understanding Large-Scale Cortical Coordination - Dr. Steve Bressler - Brain coordination Dynamics|
Mechanisms efficiently governing parametric changes in the degree of coordination.
Keywords: Brain Coordination Dynamics; Dr. Steve Bressler; Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences; Florida Atlantic University
|Neural flows in space-time: Traces of the self-organizing brain. - Dr. Emmanuelle Tognoli - Brain Coordination Dynamics 2010|
New techniques for the study of brain coordination dynamics.
Keywords: Brain Coordination Dynamics; Dr. Emmanuelle Tognoli; Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences; Florida Atlantic University
|Coordination, Chimeras and Complementarity - Dr.Scott Kelso - Brain Coordination Dynamics 2010 - Human Brain and Behavior Laboratory - Center for Complex Systems and Brain Sciences, Florida Atlantic University|
Presentation given by Dr. Scott Kelso at the Brain Coordination Dynamics conference, March 2010. This presentation was included in the first session. The aim of the session was to bridge theory and experiment on several levels of analysis in an effort to elaborate principles and identify mechanisms of brain coordination. Naturally, because of nonlinear and transient phenomena, primacy was placed on dynamics.
Keywords: Coordination Dynamics; Chimera; Complementarity; Coordination; Dr. Scott Kelso; Florida Atlantic University
|Riva Ginsburg 11March2013 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Emily B.)|
Riva Ginsburg, the daughter of Holocaust survivors and Yiddish teacher and translator, was interviewed by Jessica Parker on March 11, 2013 in Boca Raton, Florida. Riva was born in a Displaced Persons camp in Germany to Soviet partisans who came from neighboring towns in Belarus. She spends the beginning of the interview primarily telling their stories, including her mother's narrow escape from a ghetto liquidation and the story of how her father and his brother were responsible for blowing up tw...
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|David Schorr 30May2013 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Chad)|
David Schorr, retired forensic engineer, was interviewed by Bina Addes on May 30, 2013 in Amherst, MA. David was born in Philadelphia on April 6, 1931. He is married with four children & eight grandchildren. He has lived in Philadelphia all his life, and now resides in Florida five months a year. He considers himself a self-educated Jew. He studied for his B.S. in Civil Engineering at Drexel University...
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